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ctroscope To Measure Tiny Waves
is Dev eloped In University Laboratory

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Violet, Ray s" is the formnidable title oft
a newly built instrument, now on dis-a
play in the East :Physics building. i
The instrument, built in the Physict
shlop undler the direction of Hiermannl
1. Roemer, director of the shop, em-
bodes the latest ideas for the measur-
ing of the lower end of the spectrum.Y
The general principles were brought ti
Back from Europe bly Prof. Ralph A.
Sawyer of the Physics dlepartment,
who has added a few refinements. A
complete description of the instru-s
ment will appear in the .Journal of thet
Aiie rican Society of Opticians for' Nov.
1927.1
In appearance' the machine is a
metal. cylinder about four feet long
and 10 inches in diameter. A smaller
metal tube runs off to one side. In
operation the tube is vacumized. Al
Schumann }photogr'aphic lplate, con-;
taining practically no gelatine, is
is placedl at oneC end(Iand~ a grating at
the other end. Tfhis grating is a metal
I' DEANT.S ASSIST j
IN FLOOD. ELE
Students from colleges in the vicin-
ity of the Ntiew England flood zone are
proving their ability to meet all man-
ner of emergency even when the situ-
ation requires not edIucation but hard
manual labor. Over 150 students of
the University of Vermont have come
to the aid of the citizens of Waterbury
a town hard hit by the flood, and are
now engaged in clearing away the
debris and rehabilitate the damaged
homes.
These men sleeping on army cots~
and being fed from an army kitchenI
are showing real ability to handle .a
pick and shovel in the program of re-'
construction. Other student groupst
from the same school are helpingf
throughout the vicinity.!

plate, with lines cut in it, 15,000 or
16,000 per' inch .A light is introdluced
through the small tube, and reflectiing
against the metal plate is br1oken l io
its comp~onent, pa)Urr. Then theo pho-
togra ph of the o1 ,T iee lt r'a-vri oet
ry iwtrn n, jOO0tmeters inl length is taken. Th,
vacuum, the ,Oospcial lplate, and ]hi gily
dlevelop~ed reiss1=a1oe1possibl e this;
mneasurlemlent ;,. Withlout these fac(tor's
the smalest ray which can bie neasured'(
is .0000:3800 centimeters long.
The instrumnent Is particularly use-
full in thle study of at omnic and iodic'
stiticet ore. o(curimg ill this region of
the sp~ectrinf.
WISCONSIN PARTY
SELECTS LEADER
James . Beck
Congessmn frm Wiconsn wh
has een amedas te cadidae o
the La Fllette rou ocrr h
progessie coorsin Wsconin'
guenaoia ac nI98

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The_ high est mirth degree ever con-
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Come see Keaton burn the midnight oil

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